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Published By: Dell     Published Date: Feb 04, 2016
Dell Software has been chosen by over 95% of Federal agencies to complete their missions. Our federal government services and solutions are designed to be future-ready, and we’ve done it all without locking customers into proprietary technology. They’re based on open standards, and they’re modular and easily scalable to give your organization the flexibility and agility it needs to capitalize on every opportunity - even the ones that don’t yet exist. We hope this document, along with the simplified procurement of DLT Solutions, will provide enough help to get your mission needs executed.
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Published By: Workday     Published Date: Sep 14, 2018
This guide from GovLoop offers nine IT priorities that can help state and local governments stay on the cutting edge. Read the guide to learn how the latest trends in recruitment, procurement, and cloud computing technology can help you increase efficiency and reduce costs.
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Published By: Canon Solutions America     Published Date: May 15, 2019
State and local governments can reduce their technology costs by adopting a “best value” approach to procurement. This brief focuses on the benefits of best-value purchasing for your agency’s critical print and document management solutions.
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Canon Solutions America
Published By: Onvia     Published Date: Feb 10, 2015
Onvia’s 3 Trends Shaping State & Local Contracting Growth in 2015 reflects on important trends that are expected to shape government contracting this year. Highlights from the report: Onvia’s 3 Trends Shaping State & Local Contracting Growth in 2015 reflects on important trends that will shape government contracting over the coming year. Highlights from the report: • 2014 Review: A “slowing trend” in competitive opportunities, due to macro political-economic factors, with context for expected changes in 2015. • 2015 Trend 1: Potential for stronger growth driven by an expected rebound in government tax revenue and greater bond income for large debt-financed infrastructure projects. • 2015 Trend 2: Technology contracting volume gains traction in non-IT industry sectors, with insight into five niche technologies shaping 2015 procurement. • 2015 Trend 3: Cooperative purchasing influences the overall state and local agency market, with implications for both local and national competitors.
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